Latin America. Hanwha Techwin has joined César Vivenes as the new commercial director for the Andean Region. Its main goal is to increase the market share of the brand in this area, composed of Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela.
For this, it plans to participate in high-level projects in the areas of citizen security, banking, retail, manufacturing and defense.
Vivenes has close to 21 years of experience in the commercial and marketing area of technology and security. This includes having developed as commercial director of the Amper Group's Security and Defense Division, as well as Dahua's commercial manager in Colombia, as well as Hikvision's business development manager in the same country, where he has resided for seven years.
Just this systems engineer and graduate in administration, with postgraduate studies in marketing of the technology industry and strategic business management, was at the Hanwha stand at the last International Security Fair in Bogotá.
There he witnessed how thousands of customers, from end users, value integrators and distributors approached interested in working with the company "recognizing above all the high level of quality of manufacturing, the high level of cybersecurity and the high professional level that has today Hanwha Techwin ", in the words of the new commercial director.
For César, however, the main asset of Hanwha are the people. And precisely next to him, new members have arrived to form a complete team in the Latin American region.
In Colombia, under his direction, there are two regional account managers: Edwin Pacheco, systems engineer with 18 years of experience in the sale of technological solutions in the corporate and retail segment in companies such as Hewlett Packard (HP) and Microsoft; On the other hand, Johnny Rangel, information technology professional with six years of experience in the commercial and marketing area, standing out in the promotion and commercialization of electronic security solutions.
Hernando Chávez, Sales Application Engineer of the Andean Region, has also had five years of experience in administration, support of IT infrastructures and networks in companies such as HP, Cisco and Lenovo.
Meanwhile, the new director of Strategic Accounts for Paraguay, Argentina, Uruguay and Chile is Jorge Vallejo, with 13 years of experience in the security market of the latter southern country, working with local and international companies that validate their knowledge in the field.
On the other hand, María Padilla is the new regional sales manager for Mexico. María has extensive experience in distribution within the security industry by participating in data center projects, structured cabling, CCTV systems, access control, coordination centers, command, control, communications and IT, monitoring centers and perimeter security.